Please note: This article is about the type of sake. For other uses of the term, please see Shizuka (disambiguation).

Shizuka Sake, from the term Shizuka (to drip), were those sake which was filtered in a specific way. Instead of filtering through a layer of ash, the rice mash was scooped into burlap sacks and suspended over a wide container. The sake dripped through the burlap and left the sediment of the mash behind. The result was a more pure-tasting drink. [1] Sacramental sake, known as “omiki,” could only be shizuka. [2]

Known Shizuka Sake Edit


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